Relationship between sport performance with movement specific reinvestment in athletes
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Paper ID : 1489-11THCONF
1Master Student at Urmia University
2Associate Professor at Urmia University
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between sport performance with reinvestment in female Athletes.
Methodology: The method of this research was correlational. The statistical population of the study is female Physical Education Students of Urmia University that among them, 80 persons were selected by purposeful and accessible sampling method. In this study for collecting data , at first , the research participants completed the individual profile questionnaire including age, height, sport experience of research participants and the movement specific reinvestment questionnaire to measure the movement specific reinvestment variable and then, the AAPHERD Volleyball Volleyball was taken from the research participants. Gathering data were analyzed by descriptive statistical methods (frequency distribution, mean, standard deviation) and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation coefficient test) and analyzed by SPSS 22 version.
Results: The results of Pearson correlation coefficient for the relationship between movement specific reinvestment scale and sport performance showed that there is a relationship between these two variables, but it is not significant.
Discussion: The results of this study were consistent with the research of Jasinda Ada-Mari Herring (2016). In this research, it has been argued that movement specific reinvestment may moderate the relationship between attention and performance levels in athletes. The results indicate that there is no significant moderating effect. In another study, it has been suggested that high movement specific reinvestment higher than low-movement specific reinvestment is not useful for performance (Masters et al., 1993; Pelton et al., 2006; Shell et al., 2003; Jackson et al., 2006).